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mon dieu que c est moche :cwm14:

la carro d origine est bien plus racé et jolie

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Quelques petites infos;

Attention pour ceux qui montent le 22.4 avec un low profile.

Moi j ai mis un sanwa (peut etre meme propleme avec les autres marques a verifier)

Les fils du servo sortent juste au niveaux de l axe qui relie les courroies AR et interdemiaire

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Losi US préconise de ne pas mettre la vis btr qui tiend le triangle AV (coté cellule)

cela provoque casse axe + triangle ca revient cher car axe pas vendu separrement. (lu sur rctech)

Il faut bien régler diff + slipper. Il faut roder les diff pour une durer plus longue.

Ce week end j ai rouler un peu avec à Vic et fait essayer à plusieurs personnes.

Tous ont ete impressionné par le comportement sain de la voiture presque reglage de boite.

Malgré un besoin de pneux... J ose pas mettre en photo l etat de mes studs.

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Silencer - TLR 22-4 body w/ 6.5" wing

Part # - 0271

UPC Code – 845937011121

Retail price – $26.00

(Fits – TLR 22-4 kit)

JConcepts - 6.5" Hi-Clearance wing (fits TLR 22-4 #0271 replacement)

Part # - 0141

UPC Code – 845937011374

Retail price – $14.00

(Fits – TLR 22-4 kit)

JConcepts, out to Silence the competition, debuts new Silencer body design for TLR 22-4 vehicle.

The JConcepts design team has spent many hours in development with leading team drivers to develop a new high-speed style body, specifically for the latest circuits. One of the most recognizable items, the Silencer body style, has now been designed for perfect fit and finish on the TLR 22-4 buggy.

A brand-new, ground up design, the Silencer, has new elements created for the highest speed circuits. A profiled, Finnisher stance cockpit and forward raised side-pod gives the Silencer an immediate fighting appearance. A smooth, high-speed transition around the cab, keeps the Silencer heading in the right direction. Just behind the shock tower rests a small scoop which can be trimmed as air-in or air-out or just left untrimmed adding some redirection at high-speed.

At the front of the side-pods, the heavy chamfer against the chassis has 2 trim lines which can be cut-out for increased flow around vehicle electrical. At the rear of the cab, two mini-pod outlets can be reamed to size for air exit cooling. A slight recess just behind the cab with channeling out the rear provides rear-end stability and can also be trimmed for additional flow. The Silencer side-pods have a clipped rear-end, narrowing the rear by angling in just in front of the rear tires. The rear side-pods angle sharply toward the shock tower and wing, enhancing the force placed on the rear pods during high-speed acceleration.

The main pods are heavily chamfered near the front and lightly toward the rear allowing plenty of paint and decal access. The end result has the body looking extremely low-profile with heavy JConcepts edginess and appeal. The Silencer is capped off with a cock-pit "shark fin" for more high-speed tracking stability and increased roof stiffness. The package includes two, 6.5” Hi-Clearance wings pre-marked for the TLR 22-4 for the easiest application.

Features:

• JConcepts Silencer styling

• Forward cab bias, dual channeling rear escape

• Clipped side-pods with extended runners

• Cock-pit “shark fin” for added stability

• Clear polycarbonate with protective film

• Air outlets available throughout the body

• Includes two, 6.5” Hi-Clearance wings

• Includes window mask and decal sheet

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22-4 Front under belt weight

Designed to fit under the front belt housing for the 22-4.

It is the ideal weight as tested and used by the TLR Team at Horizon Hobbies.

It is designed to give the car a little more steering on exit of corners.

Makes it jump better too.

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#14175 MIP Shiny C-CVD™ Kit, Front, TLR 22-4

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A blast from the past comes to us from the TLR camp with the reincarnation of the Team Losi XX-4 platform; and what emerged from their doors was the TLR 22-4. Back in the XX-4 era MIP was fresh on its heels with the Shiny CVD™ line of products to replace the OEM universals, and as the saying goes, ‘history repeats itself.’ MIP C-CVD™’s have re-emerged with the retro style look, built out of the highest quality alloy steel, hardened to perfection, and of course 100% American Made Goodness laced into its DNA. Get what your TLR 22-4 needs, MIP SHINY C-CVD™’s!

TARGET CUSTOMERS: TLR 22-4 owners

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES:

Positive acceleration

No binding

Completely rebuild-able

FEATURES:

Precision machined from alloy steel

Heated treated excellent strength & wear resistances

Nickel plated for stunning visual effect

Steel Axles precision machined for perfect bearing fits

INCLUDES: MIP Confetti Sticker (2), MIP Thread Gel Safety Sheet (1), MIP Instruction sheet (1), MIP Shiny C-CVD™ Bone Front TLR 22-4 (2), MIP Retaining Ring C-CVD™ (2), MIP CVD™ Axle Front TLR 22-4 (2), MIP 3/16” CVD™ Coupling (2), SHSS 4-40x3/32” Cup Point (2), 1/16”x.430” Solid Pin (2), MIP Lube & Thread Gel Cup (1), 1/16” x 3/8” Roll Pin (2)

REQUIRES: .050 inch Allen Key – (Suggest #9000 MIP Hex Driver Wrench .050 inch)

COMPATIBILITY: TLR Twenty Two-Four (TLR03005)

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#14180 MIP Shiny C-CVD™ Kit, Rear, TLR 22-4

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A blast from the past comes to us from the TLR camp with the reincarnation of the Team Losi XX-4 platform; and what emerged from their doors was the TLR 22-4. Back in the XX-4 era MIP was fresh on its heels with the Shiny CVD™ line of products to replace the OEM universals, and as the saying goes, ‘history repeats itself.’ MIP C-CVD™’s have re-emerged with the retro style look, built out of the highest quality alloy steel, hardened to perfection, and of course 100% American Made Goodness laced into its DNA. Get what your TLR 22-4 needs, MIP SHINY C-CVD™’s!

TARGET CUSTOMERS: TLR 22-4 owners

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES:

Positive acceleration

No binding

Completely rebuild-able

FEATURES:

Precision machined from alloy steel

Heated treated excellent strength & wear resistances

Nickel plated for stunning visual effect

Steel Axles precision machined for perfect bearing fits

INCLUDES: MIP Confetti Sticker (2), MIP Thread Gel Safety Sheet (1), MIP Instruction sheet (1), MIP Shiny C-CVD™ Bone Rear TLR 22-4 (2), MIP Retaining Ring C-CVD™ (2), MIP CVD™ Axle Rear TLR 22-4 (2), MIP 3/16” CVD™ Coupling (2), SHSS 4-40x3/32” Cup Point (2), 1/16”x.430” Solid Pin (2), MIP Lube & Thread Gel Cup (1), 1/16” x 3/8” Roll Pin (2)

REQUIRES: .050 inch Allen Key – (Suggest #9000 MIP Hex Driver Wrench .050 inch)

COMPATIBILITY: TLR Twenty Two-Four (TLR03005)

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John Spencer's TLR 22-4

John Spencer is running for TLR in 2014 and had the new 22-4 with some modifications to try and find an ideal setup. The car isn't quite 'there' yet and John was trying the 22 hubs and driveshafts (CVD's) to widen the track at the rear. Since the car is based so heavily on the Losi XX4, they made sure to copy the narrow width too!

According to our man on the inside, Darren Boyle from DMS Racing - the wider rear end was a big improvement on the rear stability over the high traction bumps and stopped the rear end from 'dancing about'.

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John had the alloy steering and alloy servo post on his car - and the 'clicker' was locked up.

Along with the wider track - John was also trying some custom made alloy camber plates which attach to the existing camber plate to provide extra lower holes like those on the original XX4. Paul Worsley made the parts so they won't be available unless someone picks up the idea.

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wider rear end on Johns car

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The add-on camber plate at the rear

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Salut qui pourrait lme dire la difference entre les ressorts normaux et les low frequency merci

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pourtant certain pilote americain les on sur leur 22-4

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Cardans mip reçus, ils sont trop rapide chez MIP.

Ainsi, je vais pouvoir rouler comme un cochon sans peur de casser. Cool.

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22-4 STEER LINK, ALLOY W/ BUSHINGS

Serial Number: 1415

Heavy duty precision steering link for the TLR 22-4. Steel bushing inserts are used to minimize slop for smooth movement and long lasting wear.

Polished and anodized in your choice of factory colors.

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22-4 CLICKER COVER CAP

Serial Number: 1416

Clicker cover cap for the TLR 22-4. If you run your 22-4 in full time 4wd then do it in style with this polished alloy clicker cover.

Anodized in your choice of factory colors.

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22-4 SERVO MOUNT

Serial Number: 1429

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Machined alloy servo mount for the TLR 22-4. Light weight and sleek but stronger than stock. Polished and anodized in your choice of black or new factory yellow.

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22-4 STEERING HORN A

Serial Number: 1430

22-4 STEERING HORN B

Serial Number: 1431

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Precision machined heavy duty steering horn for the TLR 22-4. Includes a 2.5 set screw to insure exacting fit and alignment. Polished and anodized in your choice of black or factory yellow.

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Haven't broken anything on the car yet but bearings do seem to be an issue. A friends car started clicking the front belt at the track the other day. We pulled it apart to find that the bearing closest to the clicker was toast. My car has 3 race days on it so I decided it was time to do a tear down and check for wear. The same bearing on my car was on it's way out. Here is a quick fix that should make the drive train more durable.

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ellis toujours dans les meilleurs au niveau europe

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Les amortisseurs devant les triangles AR...

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Je viens d'acheter le Kit. Des conseils de montages particuliers ? Les graisses Losi fournies dans le Kit sont-elles de bonne qualité et suffisantes ? Surtout pour les diff en fait :)

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Qualité de graisse ok, certain plastiques sont assez costaud, à en foirer les têtes de vis au premier lissage.... un p'tit coup de taraude m3 est pas inutile..... sinon ça se monte velour....perso, j'ai remplacer les axes des hexagone de roue avant par des durango recouper.... ceux d'origine sont chiant à démonter....

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Merci.

Les hexagones arrières en plastiques sont-ils assez solides ? Je suppose que oui mais je pose quand même la question au cas ou !

En gros, c'est juste l'achat du kit de barres anti roulis à prévoir. Très bien.

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